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Flying Baby Gets His Own Picture Book

Last year photographer Rachel Hulin inspired hundreds of online articles with surreal photographs of her baby floating like a pint-sized superhero through different hotel rooms, barns and stairways.

One year later, that series of photographs is now a book, Flying Henry. We’ve included a few photographs from the book below. Here’s more about the new picture book.

A fantasy children’s book intended for infants and toddlers, Flying Henry follows the story of a baby who develops a magical ability to fly. Aware of his rare gift, he soars through his home, into nature, and unfamiliar places, testing the limits of his new skill by examining the world around him from the sky and embarking on great adventures. But, eventually Henry grows lonely and has to learn a very important secret about flying in order to fully enjoy his gift. Realistic looking flight rendered by artist Rachel Hulin with the willing support of her son, Henry, is an exceptional addition to the genre of photographic children’s books and will appeal to adults as well.

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Flying Baby Photographer Hopes to Publish Book

Photographer Rachel Hulin captivated the Internet with photographs of her baby floating like a pint-sized superhero through different hotel rooms, barns and stairways.

In an email interview, Hulin told GalleyCat that she hopes to expand her surreal and super-cute series into a book. Follow this link to explore the complete series of gorgeous imagery.

At Time.com, the artist explained her work: “I wanted the flights to feel genuine … These are places we are really in everyday, it’s not a cut-and-paste job on random interiors and landscapes.” (Via io9)